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									                                                                PERFORMANCE (PLANNING/MANAGEMENT) FRAMEWORK
                                                       FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKET SUCCESS OF ETHIOPIAN FARMERS
              Goal: To contribute to improved agricultural productivity and production through market-oriented agricultural development, as a means for achieving improved and sustainable livelihoods for the rural population.
               Purpose: To strengthen the effectiveness of the Government’s effort to transform agricultural productivity and production, and rural development in Ethiopia through market-oriented agricultural development.
                                                                                                                                                                     OUTCOMES
                ACTIVITY SETS                                        REACH                                OUTPUTS (Short-Term)                                      (Medium-Term,                          Impact (Long-Term)
                                                                                                              2005 – 2009                                         End-of-Project) 2010                         2010 - 2015
#100 Increasing Access to Knowledge & Information
110: Assessing the current state & knowledge                                                 1.1 Increased understanding & awareness of
requirements at PLWs, Woreda, Regional and Federal                    Target                 the knowledge requirements for managing new                     1. Functional agricultural
levels, including Technical and Vocational Ed. Training                                      commodities of farming systems in the PLWs.
                                                             Group(s)/Beneficiaries;                                                                         knowledge management system
(TVETs) Centers & Farmer Training Centers (FTCs).
                                                            Primary beneficiaries are        1.2 Increased availability of knowledge in various              operationalized at Woreda &
120: Assembling, capturing & synthesizing knowledge
for appropriate technologies for ag. & livestock systems.   rural farmers (women &           forms.                                                          Federal levels, highlighting
130: Developing processes & mechanisms for enhanced         men)                             1.3 Enhanced knowledge sharing established.                     innovations and appropriate
knowledge-sharing systems.                                  Secondary beneficiaries          1.4 NAIRC established within MOARD.                             technologies.
140: Establishing a National Agricultural Information       are public (e.g., TVETs)         1.5 ICT networks & infrastructure established.
Resource Centre (NAIRC).                                    & private sector
150: Establishing Information and Communication             organizations that support       2.1 Increased knowledge, awareness, under-                      2. Strengthened innovation
Technology (ICT) networks & infrastructure to                                                standing and skills of staff in public organizations.
                                                            the agricultural sector                                                                          capacity of farmers, pastoralists,
strengthen links between all stakeholders, with emphasis
                                                                                             2.2 Increased knowledge, awareness,                             community-based and private
on TVETs, FTCs and PLSs.
#200 Building Capacity                                                                       understanding and skills of farmers, and                        sector organizations, and
210: Strengthening capacity of staff in public                                               staff from CBOs and from private organizations.                 agriculture and natural resource          Improved agricultural
organizations at the Woreda, Regional & Federal levels,          Target Area(s)              2.3 Collaborative network arrangements                          management public organizations           productivity and
including the procurement of materials & equipment.         Ten Pilot Learning               between farmers, CBOs, public & private sector                  to support the development of             production within
220: Strengthening capacity of farmers, staff from CBOs     Woredas (PLWs) in 4              organizations developed to better respond to                    small-holder, market-oriented
& from private sector organizations at the local level in   Regions                          market demands on the use of demand-driven                      agricultural production systems.          functional market-
PLWs, including the procurement of materials & eq.                                           agricultural technologies and services.                                                                   oriented agricultural
230: Developing institutional arrangements (linkages
and roles) and a culture of sharing to foster effective                                                                                                                                                production systems in
responses to information demands.                                                            3.1 Ten (10) Pilot Learning Woredas established                 3. Appropriate technologies,
#300Sustaining Production                                            Sector:                 in four (4) regions that are strategically linked to            innovative input supply – output          and beyond the PLWs.
310: Establishing 10 PLWs.                                          Agriculture              the priorities of the Woreda & Regional Dev. Plans              marketing, and financial services
320: Identifying and promoting appropriate technologies,                                     3.2 Appropriate technologies, processes, and                    adopted in order to improve
processes and institutional innovations for participatory                                    institutional innovations identified and promoted.              agricultural productivity and
market-led development programs in PLWs.                                                                                                                     market success in the PLWs.
#400 Improving Policies and Programs                                                         4.1 Approaches, methods, tools and processes
                                                             Cross-Cutting Themes
410: Developing, documenting & promoting approaches,
                                                            Environment, HIV/AIDS            for KM developed, documented and promoted.
methods, tools and processes for knowledge mgt. (KM)
420: Developing, documenting & promoting approaches,        and Gender Equality              4.2 Approaches, methods, tools and processes                    4. Strategies, policy and
methods, tools and processes for capacity building (CB)                                      for CB developed, documented and promoted.                      technology options, and
430: Developing, documenting & promoting appropriate                                         4.3 Approaches, methods and processes for                       institutional innovations
technologies for market-oriented priority commodities.                                       market-oriented priority commodities                            developed (from both research and
440: Conducting studies/research on the interrelationship      Project Partners              developed, documented and promoted.                             lessons learned), documented and
between the environment & agricultural productivity &       MoARD, ILRI and CIDA             4.4 The inter-relationships between the environ-                promoted in order to enhance
production.                                                                                  ment and agricultural productivity and production               market-oriented agricultural
450: Conducting studies/research on the interrelationship
                                                                                             understood, documented and promoted.                            development.
between gender equality (GE) and/or HIV/AIDS &
agricultural productivity & production.                                                      4.5 The inter-relationships between GE and/or
#500 Project Management & Performance                                                        HIV/AIDS and agricultural productivity and
Measurement                                                                                  production understood, documented and promoted.
Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                                                             1                                                                                                  November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.
                                           PERFORMANCE (PLANNING/MANAGEMENT) FRAMEWORK
                            FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKET SUCCESS OF ETHIOPIAN FARMERS
Objective #1: To develop an agricultural knowledge management system that will enable Ethiopian institutions, farmers and pastoralists to adopt appropriate
technologies from research and development institutions based in Ethiopia and elsewhere.
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES
         ACTIVITY SETS                      REACH                    OUTPUTS (Short-Term)                  (Medium-Term,            Impact (Long-Term)
                                                                            2005 – 2009                 End-of-Project) 2010              2010 - 2015
                 #100
 Increasing Access to Knowledge and
             Information
                                                                   1.1 Increased understanding and
110. Assessing the current state and                               awareness of the knowledge
knowledge requirements at PLWs,
                                                                   requirements for managing
Woreda, Regional and Federal levels,
including TVETs and FTCs.                                          the new commodities of the
                                                                   farming systems in the PLWs.
120: Assembling, capturing and
synthesizing knowledge for appropriate
technologies for agricultural & livestock                          1.2 Increased availability of               1. Functional agricultural   Improved agricultural
systems (conventional and                                          knowledge in various forms.                 knowledge management         productivity and
biotechnological) under different                                                                              system operationalized       production within
production and market environments.                                                                            at Woreda and Federal        functional market-
                                                                                                               levels, highlighting         oriented agricultural
130: Developing processes and                                      1.3 Enhanced knowledge sharing              innovations and              production systems in
mechanisms for enhanced knowledge-
                                                                   systems established.                        appropriate technologies.    and beyond the PLSs.
sharing systems.

140: Establishing a National Agricultural                          1.4 National Agricultural Information
Information Resource Centre.                                       Resource Centre established and
                                                                   operationalized within MoARD.
150: Establishing ICT networks and
infrastructure to strengthen links between                         1.5 ICT networks and infrastructure
all stakeholders, with emphasis on                                 established and operationalized.
TVETs, FTCs and PLWs.


Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                           2                                                               November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.
                                             PERFORMANCE (PLANNING/MANAGEMENT) FRAMEWORK
                             FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKET SUCCESS OF ETHIOPIAN FARMERS
Objective # 2: To build and strengthen existing institutional capacity and foster institutional learning and change so that new collaborative arrangements across
sectors and levels are developed to better support the dissemination, use and impact of demand-driven sustainable agricultural technologies and information.
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES
          ACTIVITY SETS                        REACH                   OUTPUTS (Short-Term)                      (Medium-Term,           Impact (Long-Term)
                                                                             2005 – 2008/9                     End-of-Project) 2010            2010 - 2015
                 #200
 Building Capacity, Networks & Demand-
   led Support for Agricultural Sector
              Innovations                                          2.1 Increased knowledge, awareness,
                                                                   understanding and skills of staff in public
                                                                   organizations, in the Ministry, and in Research
                                                                   & Educational institutions (including possible
210: Strengthening the capacity of staff in                        post-graduate candidates) to enhance their
public organizations at the Woreda                                 capacity to better respond to the needs of       2. Strengthened
(extension systems, including FTCs, input                          farmers (training in specific technical and social
suppliers, micro-finance, markets), Regional
                                                                                                                    innovation capacity of
                                                                   subjects such as: environmental studies, gender
& Federal levels, including the procurement                        equality, HIV / AIDS, information and
                                                                                                                    farmers, pastoralists,
of materials and equipment.                                        communication sciences, innovative extension,    community-based and        Improved agricultural
                                                                   agronomy, marketing, and crops and animal        private sector             productivity and
                                                                   production).                                     organizations, and         production within
220: Strengthening the capacity of farmers,
                                                                                                                    agriculture and natural    functional market-
                                                                   2.2 Increased knowledge, awareness,              resource management        oriented agricultural
staff from CBOs & from private sector                              understanding and skills of women and men
organizations at the local level in PLWs,                          farmers, pastoralists, and staff from Community-
                                                                                                                    public organizations to    production systems in
including the procurement of materials &                           Based Organizations (CBOs) and from private-     support the development    and beyond the PLSs.
equipment.                                                         sector organizations serving the PLWs.           of small-holder, market-
                                                                                                                    oriented agricultural
                                                                   2.3 Collaborative network arrangements           production systems.
230: Developing network arrangements                               between farmers, pastoralists, CBOs, public
(linkages and roles) and a culture of sharing                      and private sector organizations developed to
to foster effective responses to information                       better respond to market demands on the use of
demands (including those of pastoralists and                       demand-driven agricultural technologies and
men and women farmers).                                            services.



Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                              3                                                              November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.
                                            PERFORMANCE (PLANNING/MANAGEMENT) FRAMEWORK
                            FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKET SUCCESS OF ETHIOPIAN FARMERS
Objective #3: To increase the capacity of farmers, pastoralists, community-based organizations, and the private sector to increase agricultural productivity and
production & to improve sustainable livelihoods.
                                                                                                                     OUTCOMES
                     ACTIVITY SETS                        REACH             OUTPUTS (Short-Term)                    (Medium-Term,              Impact (Long-Term)
                                                                                2005 – 2008/9                     End-of-Project) 2010             2010 - 2015
                           #300
                  Sustaining Production


310: Establishing PLSs that are strategically linked to            3.1 Ten (10) PLWs established in four
the priorities of Regional Development Plans.                      (4) regions that are strategically linked
                                                                   to the priorities of the Woreda and
                                                                   Regional Development Plans.
320: Identifying, assessing, implementing, monitoring
and promoting participatory market-led development                                                             3. Appropriate               Improved agricultural
programs based on identified priority commodities in                                                           technologies, innovative     productivity and
farming systems in PLWs, using innovative processes.                                                           input supply – output        production within
Program development will be based on, amongst                                                                  marketing, and financial     functional market-
others:
- environmental studies, environmental assessments
                                                                                                               services adopted in order    oriented agricultural
and analyses;                                                                                                  to improve agricultural      production systems in
- extension services in PLSs;                                                                                  productivity and market      and beyond the PLSs.
- assessments of institutions, community needs and                                                             success in the PLWs.
potentials, including market potential in PLSs;
- input/output market systems;
                                                                   3.2 Appropriate technologies, processes
- finance systems in PLSs;                                         and institutional innovations identified
- agricultural & NRM technologies, including water                 and promoted.
resource management;
- HIV/AIDS interrelationships;
- gender equality;
- participatory implementation; and
- participatory monitoring & evaluation.



Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                           4                                                               November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.
                                         PERFORMANCE (PLANNING/MANAGEMENT) FRAMEWORK
                            FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKET SUCCESS OF ETHIOPIAN FARMERS
Objective #4: To develop, document and promote strategies, policies, technology options and institutional innovations.
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES
             ACTIVITY SETS                    REACH                  OUTPUTS (Short-Term)                     (Medium-Term,                  Impact (Long-Term)
                                                                           2005 – 2008/9                   End-of-Project) 2010                  2010 - 2015
                   #400
    Improving Policies and Programs

410: Developing, documenting & promoting                           4.1 Approaches, methods, tools and
approaches, methods, tools and processes for                       processes for knowledge management
knowledge mgt. (KM)                                                developed, documented and promoted.

420: Developing, documenting & promoting                           4.2 Approaches, methods, tools and
approaches, methods, tools and processes for                       processes for capacity building
capacity building (CB)                                             developed, documented and promoted.         4. Strategies, policy and
                                                                                                               technology options, and      Improved agricultural
                                                                   4.3 Approaches, methods and processes       institutional innovations    productivity and
430: Developing, documenting & promoting                           for market-oriented priority                developed (from both         production within
appropriate technologies for market-oriented                       commodities including technologies and      research and lessons         functional market-
priority commodities.                                              institutional arrangements developed,       learned), documented and     oriented agricultural
                                                                   documented                                  promoted in order to         production systems in
                                                                   and promoted.                               enhance market-oriented      and beyond the PLSs.
                                                                                                               agricultural development.
440: Conducting studies on the                                     4.4 The inter-relationships between
interrelationships between the environment                         the environment & agricultural
& agricultural productivity & production.                          productivity & production under-
                                                                   stood, documented & promoted.

450: Conducting studies on the                                     4.5 The inter-relationships between
interrelationships between gender equality                         gender equality and/or HIV/AIDS &
and/or HIV/AIDS & agricultural productivity                        agricultural productivity & production
& production.                                                      understood, documented & promoted.
Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                           5                                                               November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.
Draft PF for IPMS Project                                                           6                                                               November 27, 2006

           ALL ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN AND ALL RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE IPMS PROJECT WILL BE SENSITIVE TO GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, HIV/AIDS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES.

								
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